Countable and uncountable nouns

Most nouns in English -as in many other languages- are countable. So, we can have one, two, three of them and so on:


However, there are some nouns which are uncountable. Many kinds of food, materials or abstract concepts tend to be uncountable:


There are some nouns that can be both countable and uncountable, depending on their meaning:


Can we use the same articles with both kinds of nouns? Well, let’s see:


There are other determiners that we can use with nouns:


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